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Re: [News] [Rival] Windows Vista Killed Microsoft for Good in CIOs' Minds, VIsta 7 Shunned

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____/ Andrzej Libiszewski on Tuesday 15 Sep 2009 15:04 : \____

> Dnia Mon, 14 Sep 2009 22:04:03 +0100, Roy Schestowitz napisaÅ(a):
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>> After Vista flop, Indian CIOs not open to new Windows
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>>| Microsoft, the worldâs largest software maker, may be throwing parties for
>>| potential customers to test its Windows 7 operating system to be launched in
>>| October, but many chief information officers (CIOs) are not joining the
>>| party yet.
>>| Reliance Communications, Asian Paints, Essar Group and some other companies
>>| will wait to see how efficient the new product of Microsoft is before
>>| shifting to it, after the Vista failed to deliver on the promise of a faster
>>| and sleeker operating system.
>>| âIâm in no hurry to rip and replace my existing OS (operating system),ââ
>>| said Manish Choksi, chief information officer (CIO) at Asian Paints which
>>| has 2,500 desktops and about 100 servers.
>> `----
>> http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/Infotech/Indian-CIOs-not-open-to-new-Windows/articleshow/5007253.cms
>> Vista 7 is Vista with a poor ripoff of KDE4 and a lot of marketing/bribes.
> Come on, repeat that again, and someone maybe will believe you. BTW, I
> suppose that RC is far more popular than ALL Linux distros.

Popular as in "liked"? Or ubiquitous due to racketeering and a history of systematic felony?

> I'm afraid, that it is also more usable.

Define usable.

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